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The Great Gatsby DUE: January 4, 2010—No excuses!AP Language Study Guide QuestionsDirections: Read The Great Gatsby and complete the study guide questions. Responses must be in complete sentences and typed. You will not receive credit if they are hand written. This is due on our first day back from Winter Break. Absolutely no late work will be accepted. You may opt to email it to me if you finish early: [email protected]. This study guide is worth considerable points toward your grade. Additionally, you will have a test over the material the Monday we return from break. Chapter 11. Examine the connotative language Fitzgerald uses to contrast West Egg and EastEgg.2. Look at the paragraph about Tom Buchanan beginning with, “He had changedsince….” Find and list ten words that contribute to the impact of the paragraph.What is the effect of the last sentence?3. What is the first thing Daisy says in the novel? In what different ways could youinterpret her comment?4. Explain the context and the meaning of Nick’s comment about Tom Buchanan:“Something was making him nibble at the edge of stale ideas as if his sturdyphysical egotism no longer nourished his peremptory heart.”5. Why is the darkness “unquiet”? (last sentence in chapter 1)Chapter 26. Draw a sketch of the eyes of Dr. Eckleburg looking over the valley of ashes.Literally, what is this a picture of?7. List the three most effective images with which Wilson’s character is established.With which character is he in direct contrast?8. Why does Fitzgerald add the detail about the dog-biscuit to the description of theparty at Myrtle’s apartment?9. How does Nick’s following comment give the reader insight into Fitzgerald’shandling of point of view in the novel? “I was within and without,simultaneously enchanted and repelled by the inexhaustible variety of life.”Chapter 3
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